Trending Wii U news on the 19th September. Take a look.


 

The Animal Crossing Series: 15 Years Later

Jason Stettner of Gamerheadquarters writes; "Animal Crossing hitting fifteen years is rather crazy to think about as I recall fondly sitting there while I was young to earn Bells or take part in holidays that would come around. "

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Source: N4G – Wii U News

 

Nintendo share price hits a 9-year high

Thanks to the success of the Switch and Pokemon Go.

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Source: Wii U Daily – Wii U News

 

Hey! Pikmin Review – Culture of Gaming

Hey! Pikmin is brand new adventure set on the Nintendo 3DS as Captain Olimar’s ship crash lands on a mysterious alien planet.

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Source: N4G – Wii U News

 

Toys R Us files for bankruptcy

One of the biggest retailers of Nintendo games and consoles files for bankruptcy.

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Source: Wii U Daily – Wii U News

 

Rank Up – Animal Crossing (Ranking the Series’ Entries)

Phil writes, "Yesterday was the 15th anniversary of when Animal Crossing debuted on the Nintendo GameCube in North America. Commemorating the occasion is this all-new edition of Rank Up, where SuperPhillip Centrals ranks the Animal Crossing series’ six games from worst to first.The 2002 release was based off the …

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Source: N4G – Wii U News

 

Report: Netflix is ready to launch on Switch, waiting for Nintendo

A Netflix rep says they are ready and are waiting for Nintendo’s approval.

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Source: Wii U Daily – Wii U News

 

NBA 2K18 save files on Switch are worse than thought

First it was the massive save file size, now players are reporting corrupt files as well.

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Source: Wii U Daily – Wii U News

 

Rumor: Doom Switch release date leaked

The game will be released on December 13th, according to a retailer.

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Source: Wii U Daily – Wii U News

 

Indie horror game Layers of Fear: Legacy is coming to Switch

Includes previous DLC and content.

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Source: Wii U Daily – Wii U News

 

A more detailed NBA 2K18 Switch vs PS4 comparison

Biggest difference? 30 fps vs 60 fps.

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Source: Wii U Daily – Wii U News